President Snow can definitely bring the fear factor! Just watch this new video from “Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1.”
They're just friends, but it's no surprise that kissing Jennifer Lawrence causes “natural stirrings” for “Hunger Games” co-star Josh Hutcherson.
The MTV Movie Awards offered "Hunger Games" fans a little taste of "Catching Fire" on Sunday night. The new teasesr trailer, presented by Liam Hemsworth, reveals footage of Katniss and Peeta as they head out on their victory tour, as well as what Gale is dealing with back home.Watch!
Katniss and Peeta are headed back into the arena for an all-star battle in the new “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and MTV is offering up a first look at the action in a new teaser.Fans will have to wait until the Movie Awards on April 14 for the full sneak peek, but for now, this 20-second promo should be enough to whet your appetite!
Sam Claflin is the latest actor to sign up for “The Hunger Games.” The star will play Finnick, District 4’s charming victor, in “Catching Fire."
Kentucky's own Jennifer Lawrence, 21, is famous for playing vulnerable young women with wills of steel, including her Oscar-nominated role as Ree in "Winter's Bone," and the daring female heroine Katniss of the just released "Hunger Games."
Jennifer appears on the cover of April's Rolling Stone. Co-stars Woody Harrelson and Josh Hutcherson tell the magazine of their first impression of "the girl on fire."
"The Hunger Games" grossed a staggering $19.7 from Thursday night's midnight showings, and is expected to debut this weekend well above the $100-million mark. "Extra" has compiled a list of what went into making the film to prepare you for this growing phenomenon!
Screaming fans lined up for "The Hunger Games" premiere in Los Angeles on Monday, as Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth walked the red carpet.
Hutcherson, who was grabbed on the carpet by an admirer, told "Extra" correspondent Ben Lyons, "Yeah, it happens a little bit, it's a little crazy."